Brown and Caldwell adds to water reuse team

Brown and Caldwell recently announced the addition of water reuse technical leadership as Sandy Scott-Roberts joined the firm as program management director to help California communities tap into drought-proof drinking water sources.

Having spent most of her career at an internationally recognized water district, Scott-Roberts has 20 years of managing capital improvement projects, encompassing the planning, design, and construction of water treatment facilities, including pipelines, pump stations, recharge basins, and injection wells. A career highlight includes managing the final expansion of the 130 million gallons per day Groundwater Replenishment System, the world’s largest water purification system for indirect potable reuse.

In her new role, Scott-Roberts will leverage her experience to assist clients in successfully delivering several multi-year recycled water programs, including playing a key role on the landmark Pure Water Southern California program, one of the largest water reuse programs in the world.

Brown and Caldwell Senior Vice President Dan Bunce commented on the appointment:

“I am thrilled to welcome Sandy to our team. Her experience and technical insight will further bolster Brown and Caldwell’s reputation as a leader in delivering water reuse solutions to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients and communities.” Scott-Roberts is a licensed professional engineer with a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering and a bachelor’s in environmental engineering.

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